NLP & Hypnotherapy
Neuro Linguistic Programming
NLP or Neuro Linguistic Programing, in simple terms, is how we use the basic language of our mind to consistently achieve the results we want in life.
Neuro: Our nervous system, or our mind, which we use to experience the world through our senses
Linguistic: The language and other communication that we use to store experience and give it meaning in our mind:
Internal Dialog (self-talk)
Programming: Discovering and using the programs, patterns, and strategies that we run in our minds to achieve our goals.
It operates through the conscious use of language to bring about changes in someone’s thoughts and behaviors.
It is not hypnotherapy, it is a process that achieves changes by engaging both the conscious and the unconscious mind.
It works by helping understand the language that we communicate with to understand how we all organize information presented to us to form our own unique representations of the world.
How does that help me?
Once we have a clear picture and understanding of the language that your mind thinks and communicates in, we use processes and techniques to align a person’s beliefs with their goals to help them overcome and achieve solid success in all areas of their life.
Through understanding of the language of the conscious mind, we can help clients release limiting factors and achieve outcomes with techniques such as Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), Swish patterns, Anchoring, and TIME™ techniques. This allows them to have a clearer picture of how to move forward with obtaining their outcomes.
All this in a language that taps into and easily communicates both with the conscious and subconscious mind that will easily motivate you to become more efficient and focused on the achievement of their desired result.
Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are very powerful tools that can treat a vast array of issues and conditions.
Hypnotherapy is a natural and organic process of tapping into the power of your own mind to achieve your self-improvement goals. Many people think of hypnotherapy only for use with habits such as stop smoking or losing weight. While it certainly is good for those, the power of the mind has no limits for personal application.
As a Hypnotherapist, I work with an almost endless array of personal achievement goals. In some cases a medical referral may be required for issues of pain management and other medical related issues. If you are working with another counseling professional already or have goals beyond personal self-improvement then I may ask for a referral from the appropriate psychology professional.